c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a Former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster joins Wrexham.
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Former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster joins Wrexham.

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Ben Foster, a former goalkeeper for England, has signed a temporary contract with Wrexham. The goalkeeper, who is 39 years old, rejoined the National League club after coming out of retirement. Foster previously participated in 21 games for the squad in 2005 while on loan from Stoke City.

Wrexham contacted Ben Foster following the goalkeeper's injury.

After committing to the new deal, Foster exclaimed, "I'm over the moon." "After spending an hour there this morning, the club seems like a pretty nice place. Each person is down to earth and a top-notch manager.

There have been many changes since my last visit, but it is fantastic to be back and it is also good to be back as a player. The way my body feels after today's workout will be intriguing to witness! I'm anxious to get going.

Wrexham currently has a three-point advantage over Notts County in the National League standings. Rob Lainton, the team's top goalkeeper, has had a knee injury that will sideline him for roughly six weeks. Earlier in the season, a wrist injury caused Lainton to miss several months of action.

After 18 years, the goalkeeper rejoins the Welsh team.

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Foster has talked about his previous 18-year stint at Wrexham.

"The first time I was here, playing in the LDV Vans Trophy final at Millennium Stadium on the back of the loan, truly served as the launchpad for the rest of my career. In the beginning of the following season, I moved to Manchester United. It was completely insane!" I owe a lot to Wrexham because if you had told me 18 years ago that I would have the career I have, I probably wouldn't have thought you were being completely sincere.

Prior to Foster joining the contest, there are just eight more games scheduled. If they manage to win the league, Wrexham will be promoted to League Two automatically. They might ultimately make it through the playoffs if they finish second in the National League.

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